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What to do with the 10th pick in a fantasy baseball draft

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Yahoo Fantasy analyst Andy Behrens offers pre-draft advice for the 10th draft position in fantasy baseball.

Video Transcript

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ANDY BEHRENS: Tenth pick, huh. With some of these videos, I like to tell people how their pick has performed historically in Yahoo leagues, but I'm not going to do that here. I'm not going to do that for you, because you don't need that negative energy.

In an average Yahoo draft, the 10th pick has been Christian Yelich. And that's pretty good. Yes, he's coming off a down year, but, come on, he's 29 years old. He's a former MVP. He's a wonderful baseball player. He's got power. He's got speed. He's a contender for the batting average title pretty much every year.

Yelich is a great way to begin your draft. He was a plausible number one pick just last year. Still in his prime. I like it. Then you'll come back around in round two. You'll get yourself an ace. That's a heck of a way to begin a draft. You can do this thing.

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